Jill Callahan

Jill joined the JHLT in December 2020. Originally from Boston, Massachusetts, she discovered her love of the outdoors as a student at St. Lawrence University, exploring the Adirondack Park. Jill graduated from St. Lawrence University in 2006 with a B.S. in psychology. 
 
Jill has worked in advancement for nearly 15 years. She brings experience in major gift solicitation, donor stewardship, grant writing, event management, and board relations to the role. In her 10 years in Jackson, she has worked for organizations including the National Museum of Wildlife Art, the Jackson Hole Community School, and the Art Association of Jackson Hole. 
 
Jill serves as a board member for the Jackson Hole Babe Force, an organization committed to empowering all women to seek adventure in the mountains. She also serves on the Old Bill’s Fun Run committee and is an active member of the Thursday Roundtable Group. In her free time, she enjoys skiing, biking, hiking, and getting outdoors as much as possible with her husband, two dogs, and young son. 
 
She is thrilled to be supporting the important work of the JHLT in a time when access to open spaces is more critical than ever for our mental and physical well-being.